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Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings for the Ruger 9E pistol.
Ruger‘s 9E is a full-size semiauto pistol built on a black, glass-filled, nylon grip frame, and chambered in .9mm. It’s a low-cost version of Ruger’s SR9 pistol, costing roughly $100 less. Like the SR9, the 9E’s features include:
- An accessory rail;
- three-dot sights;
- a reversible backstrap (flat or arched) you can change without special tools;
- an ambidextrous thumb safety; and
- an ambidextrous, D-shaped magazine release.
To cut the 9E’s cost, Ruger:
- Reduced the machining performed on the slide with fewer, wider grip serrations, smaller sight dovetails and a non-rounded slide top;
- offering only a black oxide finish on the slide instead of a semi-gloss black nitride finish; and
- eliminating the loaded chamber indicator in favor of a small visual-inspection port.
In addition, the 9E comes with only one magazine, no loading tool and a cardboard box (instead of a plastic case).
More reading: Check out Dave Spaulding’s full review and rating of the SR9 here.
|9mm||10+1, 17+1||4.14″||7.5″||5.53″||1.27″||27.2 oz.|
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